Conor McGregor went savage on Twitter about title stripping

Conor McGregor went savage on Twitter about title stripping

Conor McGregor went savage on Twitter about title stripping

Dana White has revealed that Artem Lobov will not be spending the rest of fight week in the UFC's designated host hotel after concerns were raised following an incident with Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Nothing about this UFC fight week feels normal.

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor is calling the UFC's bluff.

Khabib Nurmagomedov or Max Holloway will be crowned the new champ this weekend.

"It's the last fight on earth that I want to make again". His plane can't leave NY.

"Tony Ferguson isn't being stripped". And this time, for the undisputed lightweight championship. During that confrontation, Nurmagomedov called out McGregor, demanding to know where he was. "But it's going to be a long night". From the moment their UFC 223 matchup was announced, it seemed 50-50 at best that they'd actually make it to the ring in one piece. "He's taking a short-notice fight against me".

McGregor (21-3) hasn't fought in UFC since 2016. Apparently, Notorious is a little annoyed that his title was taken away due to inactivity.

"They got down to the loading docks where the fighters were getting on the buses and attacked them, throwing trash cans, dollies, things like that", White said. He made the biggest payday of his career in a boxing match with Floyd Mayweather in August and has not fought since.

He said: "You'll strip me of nothing you's do nothing c****". McGregor is now the only fighter to accomplish the feat. Ferguson will remain the division's No. 1 contender.

The 29-year-old star did not appear to take the news well.

The scenes came at the end of what had already been a rough day for McGregor as he lost his lightweight title.

Holloway said he was ready to defend at 145 and 155 pounds.

White said if Holloway was willing to fight that much, than "anything is possible".

"Ten years, nobody beat me", Nurmagomedov said. The fight card will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. He tossed T-shirts to fans asking the best questions and posed for a selfie with a kid in a papakha. There was even something thrown through one of the windows on the bus, with UFC fighter Michael Chiesa left bloody with cuts. He has legions of fans in his native Russian Federation and a unsafe ground-and-pound game that makes him a nightmare style matchup.

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